A Brand New Day…A Brand New Cover

In case you haven’t seen it, the new cover for HITTIN’ IT is appearing around the web. THanks to Giselle at Xpresso Book Tours for pulling that together for me! Hittin It is avaiable for pre-order on Amazon and AllRomanceEbooks and should be available on iTunes, Kobo, Nook, Smashwords … well you get the picture–soon.
Yes this is the same Hittin’ It published in 2009 for Kensingon’s Aphrodisia line. So, if you bought and read HITTIN’ IT five years ago, you’re good!

If you didn’t read the previously published version, and you’re a little confused about the different covers and descriptions, here’s the deal:
* I got the rights back to all my Kensington books and I’ve been slowly re-releasing them while also releasing previously unpublished work.
* When I originally wrote HITTIN’ IT, I was dealing with a lot of health issues and struggled to finish this book by the deadline, so poor John Collier got the short end of a very short stick, and I’ve never been happy with his story!
* The new version of HITTIN’ IT will only contain Will and Sabrina’s story. I’ll be re-releasing JOHN and TISH’S story in Feburary 2016. It will also be expanded and include a lot of new content. The title is SCREWED (because yes, I’m twisted like that).

A HUGE thank you also to all the blogs and facebook pages that participated in today’s cover reveal:
Margay Leah Justice
Echoing Books

I Love Books

Book About
Boundless Book Reviews

The Dark Realm
Those Crazy Book Chicks
Bleeding Heart Blog
The Booksnake Etc.
Cat’s Guilty Pleasure
Pink Fluffy Hearts
Share My Destiny
Mythical Books
Bookshelf Dreaming
Musings of the Book-a-holic Fairies, inc.
Chill Reviews
Got Nikki?
Fiction Dreams
A British Bookworm’s Blog
Sassy Book Lovers
Sassy Southern Book Affair
The Book Addict
Books, Coffee & Passion
My Favorite Things

If I missed anyone, please let me know!

Oh Zander My Zander

From Redheaded Stranger (coming June 2015):
Alex sat at the worn oak kitchen table, his son perched on his lap sharing his mashed potatoes while his mother, father and wife watched. He didn’t really have much of an appetite but it was better than talking.
“Tomorrow I expect you to get up and help with the chores.” His dad stood and took his empty dessert plate to the sink and rinsed it.
“I’m not here to work,” Alex countered.
“If you’re here, you work.” He slammed the dishwasher, then reclaimed his seat.
“I didn’t come here to work. I came here to take my family home.”
His mother sighed and shook her head. “This is your home, Zander.”
“You threw me out,” he said. “Remember? You threw me out and told me not to come back.”
Maggie narrowed her eyes at him. “And you kept the fact you had a wife and a son from us. Care to explain that?”